From Richard Charnin (whose full summary of the WI recount, with historical background, is at
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Wisconsin vs. Oregon
1988-2008 Presidential elections
The average Democratic recorded margin was 5.5% in Wisconsin and 6.3% in Oregon.
Note how closely the WI and OR recorded shares match in each election.
In 2004, Kerry had a 2.4% lower recorded vote share in WI than the exit poll. Wonder why? HAVA drink.
Wisconsin: Russ Finegold, a well-regarded progressive incumbent, lost re-election by 52-47%.
Oregon: Ron Wyden, a well-regarded progressive incumbent, won re-election by 57-41%.
That is a 21% net difference in margin.
Wyden’s winning margin matched Obama in Oregon.
2008 Presidential Election vs. 2011 Wisconsin Supreme Court Election
Prosser leads by 7,000 out of nearly 1.5 million votes.
In 2008, Obama had 56.2% of the recorded vote, a 415,000 vote margin out of nearly 3 million votes.
Considering the heavy union turnout, how did Kloppenburg’s vote share decline by 6.5% from Obama’s?
Kloppenburg did better than Obama in 10 small counties (total 50,000 votes) but worse in 10 large counties (550,000 votes).
In Milwaukee County, Obama had 67.3%, Kloppenburg 56.4% of 229,000 votes. Why the 10.9% decline?
In Waukesha County, Obama had 36.6%, Kloppenburg 26.2% of 125,000 votes. Why the 10.4% decline?
In Waukesha, McCain defeated Obama by 59,813 votes out of 233,435 recorded.
Prosser defeated Kloppenburg by a nearly identical 59,505 votes out of just 125,070.
Quite a gain.
Amazing: 50 Consecutive Prosser Base Hits
A recount observer claimed that there were 50 consecutive ballots for Prosser in Verona, a city in which Kloppenburg had 75%.
If true, it is absolute mathematical proof of fraud.
The simple probability calculation:
Prob = 0.25 ^ 50 or 1 in 1,267,650,600,228,230,000,000,000,000,000 !!!
The probability is the same as that of a baseball player with a .250 BA getting 50 consecutive base hits.
The all-time record for consecutive base hits in major league baseball history is 12. Walt Dropo of the Boston Red Sox did it back in 1950.
There has never been anything close to 50 consecutive base hits. It has never happened – and never will.
The 50 consecutive Prosser ballots could not have happened by accident.
There you go. So what is the explanation? So how did it happen?